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Steinway A
6'2" Mahogany finish
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Play a Part of History.

Almost three feet shorter than a Model D “concert grand”, this Louis XV Model A delivers all of the benefits of a larger Steinway without requiring all of the space. It being a turn of the century case sketch design there are some unique details to this luxurious piano. They include the scalloped edges, and augmented molding. Preserve and enjoy this treasured piece of musical history.

This piano is sold, and was listed for $125,000.

Serial #:106160 Length:6'0"
Veneer:Mahogany Style:Louis XV

Past. Present. Future.

Authenticating the past for each of our Steinway pianos is critical to its future and restoration. According to Steinway’s records, this piano was finished on March 10, 1903 and delivered to a dealer in Philadelphia.


1903

  • Feb 15First Teddy Bear introduced in the United States.
  • Mar 10“Wizard of Oz” premieres in New York City.
  • Mar 10Steinway finishes crafting this beautiful grand piano.
  • Jun 16Pepsi Cola Company forms.
  • Jul 01The first Tour de France bicycle race begins.
  • Dec 17The first flight by Orville Wright.
  • Learn what other amazing events happened in the world of 1903.

1904

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Once your piano is delivered, we give you 30 days to play it and make sure everything is exactly as you wish. If not, simply let us know, and we will pick up the piano and give you a full refund. Additionally, when you buy a restored piano from Lindeblad you can, at any time in the future, exchange that piano for another of our pianos and apply the full price you paid to the exchange.

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